Sermons on “Psalm”

A Permanent Reformation

Dear friends in Christ, grace and peace. Amen

The Martin Luther love fest has reached its apex and across the country Lutheran Churches of all varieties are celebrating the beginning of the protestant reformation begun by Luther when he posted his 95 theses on October 31st, 1517. Which by the way you can read on the poster right outside the office door.

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A Generous Spirit

I love reading the psalms.  I love that they tell the full story of what it means to be human.  They describe our joy in God’s creation, our hope for safety and joy, and even our deepest despair and fear.  But it’s not even just that the psalms are the most honest and human book of the Bible.  It’s also that they’re written in Hebrew!  I love Hebrew.

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The Sound of Music

Grace and peace to you from God our Creator and our Lord Jesus Christ.

I have been so blessed to get to know you all these past 8 months, and as I’ve been preaching, I’ve tried to make a habit of sharing little bits about myself.  But this morning, I would like to share a little about someone you might not have gotten to know as well – my husband, Morgan.  I will preface this by saying that while I do have his permission to talk about him this morning, he isn’t actually here this morning. 

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God’s Faithfulness

Different parts of the Bible are written in different styles. The Bible contains history, prophecy, letters, and poetry. We should take the style of scripture seriously and read it accordingly. It’s the same reason that we have different subjects in school – you’d never read Shakespeare the same way you read your geography textbook.

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Be Still

I have been asked to be a part of the sermon series: “sharing and reflecting on our favorite Bible verse” Our hope and prayer with this sermon series is to help each of you discover a verse that is or can be an important part your spiritual tool kits, a verse that gives you comfort, strength, peace of mind and heart.

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You Have Delivered My Soul

When my uncle died earlier this year, I didn’t cry. He had been suffering for so long that we had all agreed that his death would be a release, a blessing. He was a man of faith, our patron saint of deer hunting, snowmobile riding, and fixing everything under the sun, and we had complete confidence in the joy and peace God promised for him.

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